- Ahmed Musa had many school children meeting him during his first training with Kano Pillars
- The Nigerian international has been on the news since joining the NPFL outfit on a short term
- The 28-year-old last played competitive club football for Saudi Arabian outfit Al Nassr
Ahmed Musa's transfer is still one of the biggest things that happened to Nigerian football as school children flocked to see Nigerian international at Kano Pillars training ground.
The Super Eagles captain signed a short term deal to play with the Nigerian Professional League club until the summer transfer window in Europe opens.
And his arrival at Pillars have received warm welcome from different quarters as well as his unveiling ceremony and his first training session with the club.
Musa who last played for Al Nassr at club level back in October was keeping up with the pace with the Sai Masu Gida in a local playing pitch in Kano.
Students were among the hundreds that came to see the former Leicester City winger in training as they refused to go home after closing hours.
And after the club were through with their session, the kids could rushed into the football field and surrounded the Nigerian international as if they had seen Cristiano Ronaldo.
Pillars will be traveling to Delta state to face Warri Wolves at the beginning of the second stanza of the Nigerian Professional League on April 28.
And Musa is expected to make his debut for the joint league leaders who are just behind Kwara United on goal difference.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Ahmed Musa finally had his first training session with his new Nigerian Professional League side Kano Pillars but was spotted wearing a wrong shirt number.
The Super Eagles captain on the day of his unveiling was handed the No.7 shirt but the 28-year-old wore a No.9 while he was in training with Pillars.
Musa joining a Nigerian has been lauded by everyone and forward's unveiling and training session became a hit on social media.
Legit.ng also reported that Ahmed Musa was officially unveiled as a Kano Pillars player and the Super Eagles captain has promised to land the Nigerian league title with his former club, PUNCH.
The Nigerian international was given the No.7 shirt, during the casual unveiling ceremony held in Kano state, same number he wore before leaving to Europe for greener pastures.
The 28-year-old signed a short term contract in a bid to keep his fitness level and help him find a team in Europe during the summer transfer window.